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Science and Sports Doping

Aug 09 2:12 p.m.

Article by: ARA Staff

"That is because the tests themselves aren't effective, says Charles Yesalis, a health and human development researcher who is a professor emeritus at Penn State University. 'These baseball players just got caught by a fluke,' he says." Read More

Lazy

Jul 22 1:11 p.m.

Article by: ARA Staff

After 45 years, Mark Covert is taking a day off. Read More

135 Miles Through Death Valley

Jul 17 12:48 a.m.

Article by: ARA Staff

"Monday morning. 6 a.m. Death Valley. A group of runners line up along an asphalt road. The road cuts through 200 square miles of salt flats, where delicate salt crystals have formed a thin crust over layers of mud in the valley's Badwater Basin. The temperature is already 93 degrees Fahrenheit and expected to peak to 118 degrees by 3 p.m." Read More

Couples Who Run Together Have More Sex

Jun 24 1:39 p.m.

Article by: ARA Staff

The survey says... Read More

Progression Runs

Jun 24 1:32 p.m.

Article by: ARA Staff

"To race fast, you have to train fast, but progression runs bring on considerably less fatigue than a sustained long run at race pace or a hard track workout, and therefore require less recovery." Read More

The Painful Ecstasy of Ultrarunning

Jun 17 4:06 p.m.

Article by: ARA Staff

"Many people think running and racing is about speed, but really it's about slowing down. You may be moving faster than you ever have on two legs, but in the quiet of prolonged effort, time stretches out, elongates." Read More

At Run to Remember, words to inspire

May 30 2:17 p.m.

Article by: ARA Staff

"Fraioli's colleague at Competitor, Brian Metzler, reports interest in qualifying for the 2014 Boston Marathon has already spiked." Read More

Better running tips from the Air Force

May 30 2:10 p.m.

Article by: ARA Staff

"Cucuzzella said running injuries are 100 percent preventable but many people don’t have the posture, core stability or the proper muscle balance in their gluteus maximus (buttocks), legs and feet to keep from getting injured. Cucuzzella said the strongest runners are better at using the power in their glutes, rather than their quadriceps and legs to run. These are all things that can be corrected with simple stability exercises." Read More

Top 16-Year-Old Has a Long To-Do List

May 20 5:43 p.m.

Article by: ARA Staff

"High school sophomores do not tackle marathons. They do not run 110 miles a week. They do not get up at 5 a.m. for five-mile jogs to supplement their afternoon training. There is no evidence that high mileage has an adverse physiological effect on young runners, said Dr. Cathy Fieseler, a primary care sports medicine physician and the president of the American Medical Athletic Association." Read More

The unraveling of a rare talent

May 09 3:17 p.m.

Article by: ARA Staff

For a long time, he was the "other" guy who broke four minutes for the mile in HS. His story ultimately turned tragic. Read More

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